This is a portrait of the sub-Saharan, Ghana, on the eve of it's fiftieth anniversary of independence in 2007. The project was inspired by the work of master American photographer Paul Strand who documented Ghana in 1962 at the request of Kwame Nkrumah, the country's first president. This is a glumpse of Ghana in the 21st Century, and excerpts from the book project, Ghana, An African Portrait Revisited accented by a fascinating essay by Abena P.A. Busia, daugther of a Ghanaian prime minister and faculty member at Rutgers.
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